2019 Nissan Pathfinder Review

2019 Nissan Pathfinder Review For those who have been to blend all of today’s three-row crossovers into a single, entirely normal concoction, the Nissan Pathfinder might be the end result. Though its nameplate evokes its off-road heritage-the original Pathfinder was a hard, truck-based four-wheel-drive sport-utility vehicle-the existing model is a pleasant enough relatives bus with 7 seats as well as a at ease trip but couple of rugged pretensions. 

2019 Nissan Pathfinder Review


2019 Nissan Pathfinder Review

Strengths involve a very good worth proposition as well as a versatile interior, although its standings are hurt by dated electronics and sloppy managing. All round, the aging Nissan’s lack of excellent attributes implies that it mostly fades into the background of its hugely competitive section.

Following a styling refresh for 2017, the Pathfinder’s alterations for 2018 volume to some new typical and optional options. Automated emergency braking is now regular on all trim levels, and so can be a Rear Door Alert technique that reminds drivers to verify for occupants while in the rear seat when exiting the car. 

Four supplemental USB ports are integrated for any total of six. The Midnight Edition package, which incorporates lots of blacked-out trim, is now made available only for that SL trim degree (it was previously offered only over the top-of-the-line Platinum).

2019 Nissan Pathfinder Review - Features:

2019 Nissan Pathfinder Review

Nissan packs plenty of value to the Pathfinder’s lower-level designs, with even the base S staying relatively properly equipped. The SV strikes us since the sweet spot, offered that it adds capabilities for example:

Keyless entry and push-button start with remote start out
Eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat
Automatic headlights.

We’d also select both in the packages the SV features: the $400 All-Weather bundle (heated front seats, steering wheel, and mirrors) as well as the $1400 Tech bundle (navigation, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and rear cross-traffic alert). Our front-wheel-drive Pathfinder SV stickers at $36,505, and all-wheel drive is a different $1690 if you desire it.

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